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Interview: Alfredo Rodriguez

Garnering high praise from esteemed musical legend Quincy Jones, calling any musician “one of the most prolific and gifted jazz pianists of the 21st century”, is no small feat. Coming across this quote, I immediately needed to know more about Cubano master composer and pianist Alfredo Rodriguez. As the notes from the first piece I […]

Meme: Does a Flying “V” Guitar Count as Scissors?

Sunday’s Best: Oasis

Back in the day, when this place was crawling with forums and chats about random acts of music, we used to poll ourselves to see which release by an artist not only set them atop of the industry but stapled them in as musical gods.

Meme: How About Some Judas Priest?

I bet the song is playing in your head right now…talk about a twisted ear worm. The rake is metal, so I guess the “metal god” term still applies.

Charles Martel’s Top 1000: Part 25

So, should you download music without paying for it? Yes. Why? Three reasons. First, if you already own it on vinyl it comes under fair use. If it did not, then every time you rip a CD to your iPhone you would be breaking the law and I cannot see the courts enforcing that. Second, […]

Interview: SOHN

Among the fresh batch of April album drops this week, U.K. bred Vienna based electronic producer/artist SOHN’s ‘Tremors’, with tinges of pop and R&B, easily shook itself away from the rest of the pack. Offering album stream previews on iTunes and live performance videos, these sneak peeks cleverly drew in his audience, with this release […]

Pick a decade, any decade; there’s good music, and there’s not so good stuff.

  The music from various decades has its high points and low points. The 1930s were a great time for popular music. It was groundbreaking via the efforts of Louis Armstrong. Robert Christgau wrote in a review of a collection of Armstrong’s songs his sound was quite remarkable for the time. Armstrong’s changes lead to […]

Interview: The Grahams

Amid the hectic rush and activity blur during SXSW, I stood determined to take full advantage of the unique opportunity to see/connect with artists of pretty much any genre during that intense week in Austin. Coming across heartstring tugging videos of Americana/folk/bluegrass duo The Grahams, from their 2013 album ‘Riverman’s Daughter’ prior to arriving, I […]

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